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I got nominated KurlyCurls for the Blogger’s Recognition Award. How wonderful of her to think of me when she was nominated for this blog. I’m elated my darling. 😀 I love awards.
How are y’all doing? I want to firstly thank you for the continuous support. I’m just in my eighth month of blogging but it already feels like a year because of the way time is moving so fast. Thank you again and look out for more interesting posts.
I remember mentioning that I was taking store bought acne products out of my skin regimen but guess what? 😱 My best friend’s persuasion on how good this product was being that her aunt, a pharmacist recommended it to her when she was going through some terrible breakouts on her face, as well as, my intentions of supporting my country, Jamaica bid me to buy this product.
This product here contains four products, hence it being an acne treatment system. It is dermatologist formulated, suitable for all skin types and is a product of Jamaica. You go my people. I’m so proud of you. 🙂
Tomato is one of the fruit I use from my refrigerator for my weekly face routine. Therefore, I will be giving you a brief insight on this fruit and it’s benefits.
A member of the nightshade family (along with aubergines, peppers and chillies), tomatoes are in fact a fruit, but their affinity for other savoury ingredients means that they are usually classed as a vegetable.
I have been using sugar to exfoliate my face as a weekly face routine. Therefore, I think it would be best to give my fellow readers a run-down on how it is made and the benefits it has to the skin.
How are you doing today? I’ve been researching about oils to help in hair growth and I came across canola oil, therefore I began to research about it. Canola is not endorsed in the natural hair community and from my research this seems to be a great oil for your hair.
Canola seeds are used to produce canola oil since 43% of it is oil. Canola is modified type of rapeseed. It belongs to the mustard family (canola is closely related to Brussels sprout, broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage). Cultivation of rapeseed started four thousand years ago. Medical studies in 20th century showed that rapeseed contains erucic acid (chemical substance) that may induce harmful effects in humans when consumed in large quantities. Soon after, scientists created genetically improved, healthier version of rapeseed, named canola. Newly created plant contains minimal amount of erucic acid, it is resistant to herbicides and it can be consumed safely. Thanks to all these features, canola is one of the most important agricultural crops today. [SOURCE]
Hey Guys! 👋🏽
Back to you with a skin update. I know I said it would be a six month update but something came up. As you know I have been using the Honey Cleansing Method and a Weekly Deep Treatment for quite awhile now. I must say my skin has improved and it’s not even six months as yet.
Continue to read, so you can see my new updates for my skin.
I first saw this routine on Jessica Pettway’s channel on youtube. She has great results – her face is now flawless. Therefore, I am embarking on this all natural regimen journey.
I come to you with very sad news. I lost my dad on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. I heard this news while I was at the hospital doing my practicum for school. It has taken such a tool on my body, I am just finding a little strength to write this. My dad & I were two peas in a pod, the two munchkins, anywhere you see him, you see me, I was his personal secretary, his manager – a great bond we both had that was so inseparable. Sigh. 🙁
Coming to you with my first beauty product review.
Are you suffering from chapped lips? Dry lips? Don’t fear, Via Natural Lip Care is here.
This lip care promises to protect and soothe dry, chapped lips.
Specially formulated with Vitamin C.
So I am back with another superfood/plant post. This one here is my favorite. I love coconut whether it be coconut milk, coconut oil, coconut water anything with coconut except when used in chocolate – it makes me sick. Enough about my love for coconut. 🙂